In revision or review (* = student author)
- Ayala-A, F.*, J. A. Ortega-S, T. E. Fulbright, G. A. Rasmussen, D. L. Drawe, D. R. Synatzke, and A. R. Litt. In review. Effect of previous aeration and prescribed fire on vegetation response to a wildfire. Fire Ecology.
Lula, E. S.*, B. Lowrey, K. M. Proffitt, A. R. Litt, J. A. Cunningham, C. J. Butler, and R. A. Garrott. In review. Is habitat constraining bighorn sheep restoration? A case study. Journal of Wildlife Management.
Mitchell, A. B.*, A. R. Litt, and F. Smith. In review. Using locally-adapted seeds to restore native plants and arthropods following plant invasion and drought. Rangeland Ecology and Management.
Wright, W. J., K. M. Irvine, E. S. Almberg, and A. R. Litt. In review. Modelling misclassification in multi-species acoustic data when estimating occupancy and relative activity. Methods in Ecology and Evolution.
Yarnall, M. J.*, A. R. Litt, C. P. Lehman, and J. J. Rotella. In review. Precipitation and reproductive effort alter wild turkey hen survival. Journal of Wildlife Management.
Yarnall, M. J.*, A. R. Litt, C. P. Lehman, and J. J. Rotella. In review. Wild turkey reproduction in the northern Black Hills, South Dakota. Journal of Wildlife Management.
Published or In press (listed chronologically)
- Banner, K. M., K. M. Irvine, T. J. Rodhouse, D. Donner, and A. R. Litt. 2019.Statistical power to detect change over time with dynamic occupancy models. Ecological Indicators 105:166-176.
- Litt, A. R., and A. M. Ray. 2019. Surrogate Species: Piecing together the whole picture.Chapter 5, Vital Signs - Monitoring Yellowstone's Ecosystem Health. Yellowstone Science. Vol 27.
- Yarnall, M. J.*, A. R. Litt, and C. P. Lehman. 2019. Timing of vegetation sampling does not influence associations between visual obstruction and turkey nest survival in a montane forest. Ecology and Evolution.
- Bachen, D. A.*, A. R. Litt, and C. Gower. 2018. Simulating cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) invasion decreases access to food resources for small mammals in sagebrush steppe. Biological Invasions 20:2301-2311.
- Banner, K. M., K. M. Irvine, T. J. Rodhouse, W. J. Wright, R. M. Rodriguez, and A. R. Litt. 2018. Improving geographically-extensive acoustic survey designs for modeling species occurrence with imperfect detection and misidentification. Ecology and Evolution 8:6144-6156.
- Hinderer, R. K.*, A. R. Litt, and M. McCaffery. 2017. Movement of imperiled Chiricahua Leopard Frogs during summer monsoons. Journal of Herpetology 51:497-503.
- Turnock, B. Y.*, A. R. Litt, J. Vore, and C. Hammond. 2017. Habitat characteristics of the hoary marmot: Assessing distribution limitations in
Montana. Ecosphere 8:e10977.
- Andrews, T. M.*, B. B. Shepard, A. R. Litt, C. G. Kruse, L. M. Nelson, P. Clancy, A. V. Zale, M. L. Taper, and S. T. Kalinowski. 2016. Performance of juvenile Cutthroat Trout translocated as embryos from five populations into a common habitat. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 36:926-941.
- Bielfelt, B.*, and A. R. Litt. 2016. Effects of increased Heteropogon contortus (tanglehead) on rangelands: The tangled issue of native invasive species. Rangeland Ecology and Management 69:508-512.
- Block, W. M., L. M. Conner, P. A. Brewer, P. Ford, J. Haufler, A. Litt, R. E. Masters, L. R. Mitchell and J. Park. 2016. Effects of prescribed fire on wildlife and wildlife habitat in selected ecosystems of North America. The Wildlife Society Technical Review 16-01. The Wildlife Society, Bethesda, Maryland, USA.
- Kenison, E.*, A. R. Litt, D. S. Pilliod, and T. E. McMahon. 2016. Larval long-toed salamanders incur nonconsumptive effects to morphology and life-history traits in the presence of introduced trout. Ecosphere 7:e01258.
- Kenison, E.*, A. R. Litt, D. S. Pilliod, and T. E. McMahon. 2016. The role of habitat complexity in predator-prey dynamics between an introduced fish and larval salamander. Canadian Journal of Zoology 94:243-249.
- Litt, A. R., and R. J. Steidl. 2016. Complex demographic responses of a common small mammal to a plant invasion. Wildlife Research 43:304-312.
- Mitchell, A. B.*, and A. R. Litt. 2016. Nonnative plant shifts arthropod functional groups following drought. Biological Invasions 18:1351-1361.
- Zabransky, C. J.*, D. G. Hewitt, R. W. DeYoung, S. S. Gray, C. Richardson, A. R. Litt, and C. A. DeYoung. 2016. A detection probability model for aerial surveys of mule deer. Journal of Wildlife Management 80:1379-1389.
- Ray, A., A. Sepulveda, B. Hossack, D. Patla, D. Thoma, R. Al-Chokhachy, and A. R. Litt. 2015. Monitoring greater Yellowstone ecosystem wetlands: Can long-term monitoring help us understand their future? Yellowstone Science 23(1):44-53. Special Issue on Ecological Implications of Climate Change on the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
- Litt, A. R., E. E. Cord*, T. E. Fulbright, and G. L. Schuster. 2014. Effects of invasive plants on arthropods: A review. Conservation Biology 28:1532–1549.
- Andrews, T. M.*, B. B. Shepard, A. R. Litt, C. G. Kruse, A. V. Zale, and S. T. Kalinowski. 2013. Juvenile movement among different populations of cutthroat trout introduced as embryos to vacant habitat. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 33:795-805.
- Donohue, R. N.*, D. G. Hewitt, T. E. Fulbright, C. A. DeYoung, A. R. Litt, and D. A. Draeger. 2013. Aggressive behavior in white-tailed deer at concentrated food sites as affected by population density. Journal of Wildlife Management 77:1401-1408.
- Fulbright, T. E., A. Lozano-Cavazos*, D. C. Ruthven, and A. R. Litt. 2013. Plant and small vertebrate composition and diversity 36-39 years after root plowing. Rangeland Ecology and Management 66:19-25.
- Kalinowski, S. T., M. J. Leonard, T. M. Andrews*, and A. R. Litt. 2013. Six classroom exercises for teaching natural selection to undergraduate biology students. CBE Life Sciences Education 12:483-493.
- Litt, A. R., and D. E. Pearson. 2013. Invasive plants and wildlife in the Intermountain West. Invited contribution, special issue of The Wildlife Society Bulletin 37:517-526.
- Steen, D. A., L. L. Smith, L. M. Conner, A. R. Litt, L. Provencher, J. K. Hiers, S. Pokswinski, and C. Guyer. 2013. Reptile assemblage response to restoration of fire-suppressed longleaf pine sandhills. Ecological Applications 23:148-158.
- Steen, D. A., L. L. Smith, G. Morris, L. M. Conner, A. R. Litt, S. Pokswinski, and C. Guyer. 2013. Response of Aspidoscelis sexlineatus (six-lined racerunner) to habitat restoration in fire-suppressed Pinus palustris (longleaf pine) sandhills. Restoration Ecology 21:457-463.
- Steidl, R. J., C. J. Conway, and A. R. Litt. 2013. Power to detect trends in abundance of secretive marsh birds: Effects of species traits and sampling effort. Journal of Wildlife Management 77:445-453.
- Steidl, R. J., A. R.Litt, and W. J. Matter. 2013. Effects of plant invasions on wildlife in desert grasslands. Invited contribution, special issue of The Wildlife Society Bulletin 37:527-536.
- Ayala-A, F., J. A. Ortega-S, T. E. Fulbright, G. A. Rasmussen, D. L. Drawe, D. R. Synatzke, and A. R. Litt. 2012. Long-term effects of aeration and fire on invasion of exotic grasses in mixed-brush plant communities. Rangeland Ecology and Management 62:153-159.
- Kahl, S. S.*, S. E. Henke, M. A. Hall, A. R. Litt, G. Perry, and D. Britton. 2012. Examining a potential brown treesnake transport pathway: Shipments from Guam. Human-Wildlife Interactions 6:204-211 (special issue on brown treesnakes).
- Litt, A. R., and R. J. Steidl. 2011. Interactive effects of fire and nonnative plants on small mammals in grasslands. Wildlife Monographs 176:1-31.
- Litt, A. R., and R. J. Steidl. 2010. Insect assemblages change along a gradient of invasion by a nonnative grass. Biological Invasions 12:3449-3463.
- Litt, A. R., and R. J. Steidl. 2010. Improving estimates of abundance by aggregating sparse capture-recapture data. The Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental Statistics 15:228-247.
- Steidl, R. J., and A. R. Litt. 2009. Do plant invasions change the effects of fire on animals? Fire Ecology 5:56-66.
- Provencher, L., A. R. Litt, and D. R. Gordon. 2003. Predictors of species richness in northwestern Florida longleaf pine sandhills. Conservation Biology 17:1660‑1671.
- Litt, A. R., B. J. Herring, and L. Provencher. 2001. Herbicide effects on ground-layer vegetation in southern pinelands, USA: A review. Natural Areas Journal 21:177-188.
- Litt, A. R., L. Provencher, G. W. Tanner, and R. Franz. 2001. Herpetofaunal responses to restoration treatments of longleaf pine sandhills in Florida. Restoration Ecology 9:462‑474.
- Provencher, L., B. J. Herring, D. R. Gordon, L., H. L. Rodgers, G. W. Tanner, J. L. Hardesty, L. A. Brennan, and A. R. Litt. 2001. Longleaf pine and oak responses to hardwood reduction techniques in fire‑suppressed sandhills in northwest Florida. Forest Ecology and Management 148:63‑77.
- Provencher, L., A. R. Litt, D. R. Gordon, H. L. Rodgers, B. J. Herring, K. E. M. Galley, J. P. McAdoo, S. J. McAdoo, N. M. Gobris, and J. L. Hardesty. 2001. Restoration fire and hurricanes in longleaf pine sandhills. Ecological Restoration 19:92‑98.
- Litt, A. R., L. Provencher, D. R. Gordon, B. J. Herring, J. P. McAdoo, S. J. McAdoo, J. L. Hardesty, G. W. Tanner, and L. A. Brennan. 2000. How are longleaf pines affected by different methods of hardwood reduction? Journal of Forestry Focus Section 98:3.
- Litt, A. R. 1998. Response of the herpetofaunal community to three sandhill restoration treatments. Bulletin of the Gopher Tortoise Council 18:4